Her marriage is confirmed by the charter dated to  under which "Guilabertus episcopus filius qui fui Richeldis femine" swore allegiance to her daughter "Almodis comitissa, filia que es Amelie comitisse", also naming "Remundus comes, senior meus, filio qui fuit Sanciæ comitisse". The wording of this document also confirms that Amélie was still alive at that date. It is possible that Amélie was related to Ermengarde, daughter of Hugues Garsinus de Corson, who married Bernard Vicomte de Comborn..., as she donated to Uzerche her share in property at "Montecenso", part of which was later donated by Amélie’s son Eudes Comte de la Marche.... If this hypothesis is correct, the chronology suggests that Amélie would have belonged to the previous generation and therefore could have been the sister of Hugues de Corson. Amélie must have died soon after this charter as a charter also dated to  records that "Udalardus filius que sum Ermengardis feminæ" swore allegiance to "domne Almodi comitissæ, filia quæ fuisti Ameliæ comitissæ". She is also named in the undated charter under which "Rogerius filius qui fui Trudgarda" [swore homage?] ("non decebrei") to [her daughter] “Rangarda filia Amelia neque filium suum Rogerium comitem” relating to “castro...Proliano neque...castello...Mirapixo”. 1
Amélie married Cte Bernard I DE LA MARCHE, son of Audebert I DE LA MARCHE, comte de Périgord, and Adalmode DE LIMOGES. (Cte Bernard I DE LA MARCHE was born between 991 and 993 in Marche, Creuse, Limousin, France and died on 16 Jun 1047.)
1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Audebert I de la Marche.